Fractals
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Description

F1C is a souped fractal grapher in C with many features: use the whole screen for artwork rather then just the Graph Screen; plot Mandelbrot and Julia fractals; adjust pixilation range from 10x10 pixels to 1x1 pixel; customize iteration range; you can even zoom. The mystery of fractals is now easily accessible to everyone. This update provides support for the latest versions of the Clibs.

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Archive Contents

Name Size
Fractals/F1C.8xp 2.3 KB
Fractals/readme.txt 3.1 KB
Fractals/ScreenShots/F1C2.png 6.1 KB
Fractals/ScreenShots/F1C5.png 22.9 KB
Fractals/ScreenShots/F1C1.png 19.1 KB
Fractals/ScreenShots/F1C3.png 3.5 KB
Fractals/ScreenShots/F1C4.png 8.3 KB
Fractals/ScreenShots/F1C6.png 49.4 KB
Fractals/ScreenShots/F1C0 (100).png 6.6 KB
Fractals/ScreenShots/F1C0 (200).png 7.0 KB
Fractals/update log.txt 4.3 KB
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Author
LogicalJoe
Uploaded
3 years, 5 months ago

Statistics

Rating
9.4/10 (9 votes)
Downloads
1021
Views
1465

Reviews

I agree. It could totally use something that tells you how deeply zoomed you are. 9/10. It works really well until you zoom in too far, and bonus points for including Julia set. However, it is really slow (to be expected), and I would like to see the source in C, since TI connect CE is not letting me view it. Also, good job for being the only one to make a Mandelbrot program that works decently well.

Perfect! I really like your program. It even has features that fractal programs for a PC don't normally have. You can choose pixelation.
My suggestion is:
show zoom in percent on the status bar (or how often you zoomed in).
This makes it easier to reproduce a drawing.

Versions

  1. Fractals (published 3 years, 5 months ago; 2019-01-09 12:21 UTC)

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